G-X Superincome Preferred ETF (SPFF)
$9.19 0.44 (4.52%)
15:53 EDT SPFF Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $9.63
Market Cap 155.26M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 110,075
Day's Range 9.09 - 9.46
52-Week Range 6.82 - 11.99
Dividend & Yield 0.84 (9.14%)
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Dividend ETFs can provide plenty of needed monthly income in retirement. Here are five that can do the trick for investors.
Diversification allows for some of the securities in a basket to fall on hard times without taking down the entire ETF. These seven picks for high-yield ETFs also give investors a decent dividend.
Preferred stocks carry fixed dividend payments that are prioritized over dividends on common stock. With that in mind, here are three preferred stock ETFs to buy for income and higher yields.
You can't get a lot of something for nothing, but if you're open to risk, these high-yield ETFs offer a little more protection than stocks.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can be an easy way to diversify your dividends, but caution and information are still required...
I’m looking for high-quality, high-yield "preferred stock" dividend plays that you can buy in May,or June, or July – and never sell.
If you could earn 5% to 6% in income every year from a stock you don't have to watch, you'd hold it. Here are 3 "preferred" that fit the bill
Preferred stocks and ETFs languished a bit in 2015 as market participants priced in multiple rate hikes for 2016. Now, it's time to look again.
By Jeff Reeves
Preferred stock offers a lot of yield for relatively little risk, and each of these funds provide a different way to play.